The main story length and graphics modes offered in the Xbox version of GSC Game World's first-person shooter survival horror game, STALKER 2: Heart of Chornobyl, have been revealed.
Speaking during an interview, GSC Game World CEO Evgeniy Grygorovych and executive producer Mariia Grygorovych shared new information regarding STALKER 2: Heart of Chornobyl, including details regarding the main story length and the graphics modes that will be available in the Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S version of the game.
STALKER 2: Heart of Chornobyl Xbox Graphics Modes The graphics modes available in the Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S versions of STALKER 2: Heart of Chornobyl are listed below.
Xbox Series X
Quality: favoring a higher resolution while targeting 30 frames per second
Performance: favoring a consistent delivery of 60 frames per second at a lower resolution
Xbox Series S
Single mode: the only mode available will target a frame rate of 30 frames per second
The exact resolution in each mode is currently not final, as the development team is still in the process of optimizing the game.
Main Story Length According to the GSC Game World CEO and executive producer, STALKER 2: Heart of Chornobyl features a non-linear story with plenty of content. The player's in-game choices will determine how the story pans out and the specific direction that the narrative takes. Side objectives will also have different results based on the player's choices, and some will affect the main plot. However, it's not possible for players to experience all the stories that the game has to offer in a single go. That said, the main story will take roughly 40 hours of play time and will offer up to 4 different endings.
Additionally, it was revealed that Unreal Engine 5's Lumen gives the game a global lighting system that allows the development team to achieve more realistic day/night transitions and multiple weather environments.
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It's actually pretty nice screen wise. A bit laggy, but that's to be expected with the price range (and Samsung). Even came with the s pen.
For $200 I'm pretty impressed with it. It doesn't seem to be able to handle 4k video in YouTube but can handle 1440p at 60fps fine (overkill as the screen isn't anywhere near it) but it can display both of my fantasy football apps simultaneously which is nice.
I actually REALLY like the aspect ratio. I never really fucked with tablets as I never had a need. I like having my phone for phone things/web browsing but end up using it for too many things at once, so I looked around on BF for a deal on a tablet for the desk.
Might end up with an iPad but honestly temped to just get a non cheapo Samsung one.. mainly due to the screen aspect.
I just gotta figure out a way to be able to have it cast to my HomePod. Already got my apple music on it.
Jerry has been outed as living with his family (we all knew it anyway).
He posted his address (lol) then we took a look. Something seemed off with how many cars there were. And we know what car Jerry owns.
When we asked Jerry why his cars were the only ones not in the drive way, he said he owned 3 (while claiming he doesn't live with his family). Well, there are 7 cars there... and his "3" are the only ones not allowed in the drive way. Whatever. In his quest to brag about owning cars, he highlighted he owns this beauty.
I am 100% willing to accept a perm ban (and never make an alt) if Jerry posts a video of him driving his car around while narrating the video with how he's going to own the lemmings next.